Tip #728: Install CRM for Outlook using SCCM

Complicated control panel

When questions come all the way from Gustaf “Surströmming” Westerlund, some people including Gayan “Performance Wizard” Perera cannot keep still. Question According to Deployment and Administration Guide, it is not supported to install CRM for Outlook using System Center Configuration Manager for CRM Online or CRM 2016. Gayan’s SCCM Ultimate Guide We’ve used SCCM to […]

Tip #726: Dude, where is my option to export for update?

Export Excellence

Question I recently noticed that in version 2016, the option to export records for update (available in version 2015) has vanished from the Export To Excel dialog. This SDK article describe the Import process as if this option is still available. Can anyone clarify this feature status? Is there any other method to update existing […]

Tip #715: Backup and restore CRM Online at will

Floppy backup

Derek “clients call him ‘The Guru’” Hughes has been our follower for some time and today he returns the favor with some interest because his tip is hot. We haven’t seen any announcements or heard anything in the official channels regarding backup and restore coming in any wave updates. Edit: official announcement and documentation are […]

Tip #714: Avoid solution bloat with the new solution component framework

Bloat fish

Adam “you say gotcha, I say undocumented feature” Vero has the microphone. The ability to add individual components to a Solution in 2016 is great, with or without the formal patch clone, update and rollup features. You can add just the things that you are actually changing to deliver the requirements for a sprint, or […]

Tip #702: How to tell apart system roles and their clones

Role play and theater masks

It’s been a while since we had a truckstop but Larry “Tex” Lentz keeps asking questions on behalf of some mysteryous “students”. Let’s stop and listen. How can one tell if a security role is a copy and which role it’s a copy of? Feridun “Best Twitter Handle for CRM MVP” Kadir closed the discussion […]